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This is a huge category for nibs, easily the largest of any writing discipline.

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John DeCollibus

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Del Tysdal demonstrates OP technique

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Image: Principles of Spencerian Script, Seldom Dunton, 1863.

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by Brian G. Walker

I thank Nan and others for the positive comments re my ink, appreciated, but Nan's remark -- 

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Roundhand has been in use for a number of centuries and today the bulk of the engrossing business is done in this style.

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This beautiful form of pen art is essentially an American twist on the old English Roundhand script so wonderfully represented by Bickham's The Universal Penman.

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The art of script writing enjoys a prominent place in modern calligraphy since it adorns many of the Wedding invitations that calligraphers are commissioned to produce.

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This article will address setting the angle and stabilizing the flange on the removable flange type holders, specifically, the Tysdal oblique penholder.

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For penmen during the Golden Age of Penmanship, a signature was not just a written name. It said a whole lot more and still does.

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Images: example writing.

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In this article we will examine the various styles of pointed pen script and the sometimes confusing terminology that apply.

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External link: Teaching a child to write with his or her left hand is not just the opposite from teaching how to write right-handed.

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You know copperplate as a script, but it is also why the letterforms and flourishes in old books are absolutely perfect. Don’t be frustrated if you can’t match them!

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